Research Paper On Brazil Culture
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Corporate Culture And Corporate Social Responsibility
A 6 page paper that focuses on three multinational corporations who have operations in Brazil. The essay reports and discusses CSR activities of Archer Daniels Midland Company, Diageo plc, and Chiquita in Brazil. The writer comments on how the corporate culture supports these activities. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
Brazil Monetary System and Currency Changes
This 7 page report discusses the issues Brazil faced when its president made the decision to float the county’s currency, the “real,” and both the immediate outcomes as well as those in the long term. Questions answered in the report include: What were the main factors requiring a change in the nations currency; what was the overall plan and goals for restructuring; how did the economy of Brazil look at the end of its first two quarters; what impacts were felt by the United States; and, did the changes actually help Brazil. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Causes and Results of Brazil's Military Rule from 1964 to 1985
This 10 page paper looks at reasons behind the seizure of political control on Brazil by the military in 1964. The reasons for this are numerous, including the role played by João Goulart in precipitating the actions taken by the military. These issues are discussed with reference to the economic and social conditions in Brazil immediately prior to the coup. The bibliography cites 7 sources.
Has Brazil's Economic Drive Been Harmbed by the U.S.?
The posed question is "has the United States harmed Brazil’s economic drive? " The question is examined in this 5 page paper, in light of Brazil’s past economic conditions, current situation, and proposed solutions. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Favelas Housing and the Political, Social, and Economic Situation in Brazil
Favelas may be perceived as shanty towns, but in Brazil they are attractive permanent structure built by community and perceived by some as a model for self help. This 3 page paper consider how the development of these favelas by squatters reflect the political, social and economic history and conditions in brazil. The bibliography cites 2 sources.